Regardless of how you view guns, I want you to listen to this book with an open mind. Just know that by learning about your rights under the US federal and your individual state law to carry a handgun and learning about how to carry it around with you will not make you a target nor will it put you in any more danger than what we all face in our daily life. But know that in the event if you find yourself in any situation, at least you have a tool that you can use to defend yourself.
If you watch the news, then I am sure you are keenly aware of the Florida incident that sparked the debate about “Stand Your Ground” law. This law protects the right of a citizen who wants to protect him or herself.
A concealed carry law affirms your right as a US citizen to carry a personal weapon for your personal protection but in most states you first have to apply and obtain a permit to do so. Similarly the “Stand Your Ground“ law is also known as “right to self-defense” law. This law typically states that an individual has no duty to retreat from any place where they have a lawful right to be, and that they may use any level of force if they reasonably believe the threat rises to the level of being an imminent and immediate threat or danger of serious bodily harm and or death to them or their family.
Many states, having given it some thought, have laws that are categorized as stand-your-ground laws. This means should you find yourself being accosted, you don’t have to retreat. You are well within your rights to use force.
It’s as simple as that.
In my first book, I only shed light on how to carry concealed, but here in this book, I wanted to shed light on both how to carry conceal and how “Stand Your Ground“ law can enhance your protection level. As a proud US citizen, you do have the full and absolute right to protect yourself and your family under the current US and state laws. But, yes, there is a “but”, the state laws can vary when it comes to “Stand Your Ground” law, and that is what I discuss in this book along with some of what I discussed in my last book about what and how to carry a concealed weapon with you at all times.
Here is what you will find in this book:
- What is concealed carry; how they vary by state to state
- Advantages & disadvantages of carrying a concealed weapon
- Various history and laws of concealed carry
- Stand your ground law and its relation to concealed carry
- Castle Doctrine
- Duty to retreat
- States that have “Stand Your Ground” law
- How to prepare yourself with proper training
- How to carry a concealed weapon
- How to handle a concealed carry weapon
- What weapon to carry and when to draw
- Choosing the proper gun for your need
- Ammo & caliber
- Magazines & clips
- Three effective ways to stop an aggressor
- Six ways to conceal carry
- Conceal carry for women
The decision to carry a concealed weapon is an intensively personal one. Whatever you choose, I’m sure you’ll be doing what you believe is best for yourself and your family.
Before you choose either way, why not do more research? One of the most important pieces of that research is to handle several types of guns under rigid supervision. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain in the way of gun safety.
Also, keep in mind that whatever you choose today doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t change your mind someday in the future.
Be safe out there.
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This book Was Not What I Was looking For
Full of good information but not what I need to know. I was looking for information as where I may carry my weapon without worrying about gun grabbing rules and regulations that could land me in jail for carrying. This book simply explains the laws are varied and must be thoroughly investigated!